New U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rules mean publicly traded companies are now required to disclose human capital information such as workforce cost, human capital ROI, and turnover rate, among others.
What does this mean for you? What metrics do you need to start tracking?
Join Degreed and Chief Revenue Officer, Mike Hruska of Allen Interactions, for a deep dive into the implications and how you can be ready.
Josh Painter is VP of Strategy and Corporate Development at Degreed, focused on catalyzing growth for Degreed’s products, services and partnerships. Prior to joining Degreed, Josh led product at enterprise social learning startup Pathgather, and previously served in product and strategy leadership roles at several public multinational companies including Apollo Education and Intel Corporation focused on new business initiatives in education, healthcare, and information security.
Mike is a technologist and design thinking (DT) practitioner with experiences spanning across standards, emerging technologies, learning, and science. He is a former researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Mike provides technology, business model, and innovation solutions to Fortune 500, government, and startups. He researches, strategizes, designs, and makes advanced technology solutions and products for learning and human capital management. Mike’s experience spans the continuum between advanced research on adaptive learning ecosystems and emerging technology solution/product design in a variety of industries.
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